It was a beautiful day for the Adirondack Interpretive Center’s (AIC) “Migration Celebration.” I led a morning bird walk on two of the AIC’s four trails. After the walk, Wendy Hall, from the Adirondack Wildlife Refuge and Rehabilitation Center, gave a presentation on raptors, bringing along several of the Center’s birds.
The Bird Walk: Rich Lake TrailThe AIC offers 3.6 miles of well-maintained,
We already know that Schroon Lake is known as a “summer haven for culture,” and music is a huge part of that. The musical styles that are popular here are at opposite ends of the spectrum, but they’re still both very Adirondack.
From opera and musical theaterSeagle Music Colony grooms young artists for opera and musical theater. It’s the oldest summer vocal training program in the U.S.,
The Schroon Lake Region is a super interesting place, so there’s tons of great stuff that can be written about it. Sifting through the last year of blog posts, there are some great options worth reading again. Here are my five favorites!
1. The moving village of Tahawushttp://www.schroonlakeregion.com/blog/2014/10/moving-village-tahawus
I wrote this one, and it was definitely one of my favorite
As the high season winds down in Schroon Lake Region, the leaves are the big show coming up in the next few weeks. Come enjoy Mother Nature’s spectacle and while you’re in the region plan to attend a couple of our noteworthy events.
Fall EventsThe Adirondack Shakespeare Festival is still going strong with some fun performances planned. At the Grange Hall in Schroon Lake join in a celebration of
Piece of the pastIf you combine all of the gifts we’ve received, travel souvenirs we’ve collected and event swag we’ve been given, we have about 26.2 million t-shirts at our house. Though I have some favorites that I refuse to give up, older shirts eventually become painting garb, then rags before outlasting their usefulness and being thrown away altogether.
The other day, though, I was